BabyBelle

Baby Belle's Favorites

Columbus, Minnesota · 369 Sales

BabyBelle

Baby Belle's Favorites

Columbus, Minnesota 369 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   Baby Belle's Favorites is now a licensed seller of Trimsies Trainers and Nykibaby One Size Diapers. I'm open for custom orders!!!


Check Facebook to see examples of trainer options and stay updated on what's new at Baby Belle's.

Baby Belle's Favorites is an etsy shop specializing in cloth diapers, cloth trainers and cloth menstrual pads. If you are interested in something that you don't see currently stocked in my shop, please convo me and I'd be happy to talk about a custom order.
Thanks for stopping by:)

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Announcement

Baby Belle's Favorites is now a licensed seller of Trimsies Trainers and Nykibaby One Size Diapers. I'm open for custom orders!!!


Check Facebook to see examples of trainer options and stay updated on what's new at Baby Belle's.

Baby Belle's Favorites is an etsy shop specializing in cloth diapers, cloth trainers and cloth menstrual pads. If you are interested in something that you don't see currently stocked in my shop, please convo me and I'd be happy to talk about a custom order.
Thanks for stopping by:)

Find me on Facebook!
http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Baby-Belles-Favorites/67982179895

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Reviews

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Mandy Lidgard

Mandy Lidgard on Apr 29, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Made very well and is SUPER soft! I love the idea that we will save money over time, keep chemicals off my daughters bottom all night, and becoming more green all at one time. One thing was the waist was a little big on my daughter so I put a dart in it till she grows a little, but was perfectly and professionally constructed. I might have given the wrong measurements, but that does not reflect anything on the part of the amazingly durable construction of the overnight pull up or the maker. Like I said, it's wonderful product I think I must have messed up in my measurement. Thanks!

Jacqueline

Jacqueline on Mar 19, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

LOVE this pad! The pattern is gorgeous and loved the backing, so cute. It's thin and very comfortable. Felt pampered. Not only is it beautiful but reliable. It has great absorption and washes really well. One of my favorite pads, would definitely buy again.

Becca Cutsail

Becca Cutsail on Mar 3, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Great to talk to and answer questions! Items were made quickly and well done. Thank you!

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Shop policies

Last updated on March 16, 2014
My goal is to offer quality handmade products for you and your baby.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Money Order
  • Check
  • Other Method
Payment
I accept Paypal, cashier's check/money order. My preferred method of payment is Paypal.

I request that payment is sent within 3 business days of purchase.
Shipping
Several of the items in my shop are made after purchase. To allow time for this, typically I ship using USPS First Class Mail within 3 to 5 days of receiving payment.

We support our troops! Free shipping to APO/FPO addresses.

I do ship internationally. Shipping prices to Canada, Australia and UK are included in the listings. For all other locations, please contact me for info/rates.

I cannot be responsible for items that may get lost in the mail therefore I highly recommend purchasing insurance for your item(s). If you would like an item to ship Priority Mail or would like to add insurance for $1.75, please convo me for additional charges.
Refunds and Exchanges
I want you to be %100 satisfied with your purchase. I will do everything in my power to make sure you love my work, BUT, if for any reason you are not happy with an item, I will happily accept returns/exchanges for a full refund of the purchase price(buyer pays for shipping) within 7 days of receipt.
Additional policies and FAQs
A Note about CPSC Compliance

Baby Belle's Favorites is CPSC compliant and I go to great lengths to meet CPSC safety regulations. This includes things like only purchasing fabric and supplies from suppliers who ensure CPSC regulations are met, keeping careful record of items made, sold and products used and specific labeling requirements.

That being said, I would like to give you a quick run-down of what "compliance" means in the USA.

Under the regulations of the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) & CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act), nearly all children's products must be tested for various elements to ensure the safety of our children. The elements of importance include: lead, flammability, phthalates, and BPA

The most important of these for children's apparel (including cloth diapers) is lead and flammability. Most textiles in the USA are already tested for lead. Textiles are generally not tested for flammability as the requirements are not based on the textile, but the finished product. However, I source fabric for my items that have been tested for both lead and flammability when applicable, i.e, cotton velour. Each piece of fabric, depending on its final use, is required to have these certifications.

~So what does this mean for purchasing clothing and diapers for children?

Myself, and many other small business artisans are taking care to respect your family and keep each member as safe as we possibly can. This includes registering our businesses in the federal databases and purchasing materials that are compliant under the CPSC/CPSIA regulations.



~How do I know who is compliant and who is not?

Just ask! The small business artisans are banding together to show you that they truly care. As such, you should be able to locate a statement on their web-stores. Such statements as "Meets CPSC Safety Regulations" will let you know that their textiles have been tested by themselves, or they are registered as a small batch manufacturer and have received a statement from their suppliers that the textiles have been tested.

As well, you can easily spot an artisan that is likely to be compliant by their use of labeling. Under the CPSC and the FTC (Federal Trade Commission), various products are required to have certain information permanently attached to the finished product before it is sent out to you, the consumer.

Each label should enable you to find the following information:
~Who the manufacturer is (usually this is a business logo)
~How to contact the manufacturer (usually a website or RN)
~Where the manufacturer creates the product (City & State or RN)
~When the product was finished
~How to care for the product
~A unique mark or number so you are able to follow recall instructions should the occasion arise. The mark that I use is 14JFMAMJJASOND15. The 14 and 15 represent the year in which the item was made. The letters stand for the months of the year. So, if a diaper was manufactured in March of 2014, you would see a mark under the 14 and the first M.

An 'RN' is a registered number. You are able to call the FTC or search the database on the FTC website to find the manufacturer's information. **Registering with the FTC is optional and not all small business artisans will have an RN.

Now for the links:

CPSC: http://www.cpsc.gov/
CPSIA: http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Regulations-Laws--Standards/CPSIA/The-Consumer-Product-Safety-Improvement-Act/
FTC: http://www.ftc.gov/
FDA: http://www.fda.gov/

Thank you for taking the time to read this. It is my hope that I can encourage you to purchase items that are compliant so you can continue to keep your family as safe as possible.